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Russians eat more meat

  • 15 Oct 11:16

Russians eat more meat In Russia, per capita consumption of important staple foods has increased in 2019. According to current data from the Russian Statistical Office (Rosstat) in Moscow, average meat consumption increased by one kilogram to 76 kg per capita compared to 2018. The average consumption of vegetables, fruit and berries per capita increased by the same amount to 108 kg and 62 kg, respectively. For milk and dairy products, the statisticians recorded a significant increase of 5 kg to a total of 234 kg per capita and year. Beyond that the per capita consumption of eggs rose by 1 egg to 285 eggs. On the other hand the average consumption of sugar with 39 kg, of vegetable oil with. Read more...

216 thousand Mt of meat were produced in Kyrgyzstan over 7 months of 2020

  • 25 Sep 08:37

216 thousand Mt of meat were produced in Kyrgyzstan over 7 months of 2020 In January-July 2020, 216 thousand Mt of meat in live weight were produced in all categories of farms in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan. This was announced on August 20 by the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Industry and Land Reclamation. According to experts, to provide the country population with meat and meat products, there is a need in poultry meat, since about 38 thousand Mt of poultry has been imported into the country annually. Also, over 7 months about 960.2 thousand Mt of milk were produced. Milk and dairy products in the republic are supplied to the market at the expense of their own production. Dairy products are also. Read more...

Meat and dairy production has increased in Republic of Georgia

  • 23 Sep 11:51

Meat and dairy production has increased in Republic of Georgia According to Georgia Stat, the number of cattle in Georgia increased by 2.6% and amounted to 1 million head in the 2nd quarter of 2020. Pigs livestock increased by 1, 8% to 205,400 head. The number of chickens increased by 16.9% and reached 12.5 million. During the reporting period, 197, 4 million liters of milk were produced, which is 0.1% up y-o-y. Meat production grew by 5.8% and amounted to 16,300 Mt. There were produced 167.5 million eggs, which is 1.4% down against the. Read more...

Pork prices may decline by the end of the year

  • 5 Aug 10:49

Pork prices may decline by the end of the year During the first half of the year, meat production in Russia increased significantly. This makes pork more affordable for consumers and opens up new opportunities for export. The largest increase occurred in pork sector – up 10.9%, the Ministry of Agriculture said. This is due to the opening of new enterprises and the expansion of exports, according to the department. According to Rosstat, beef production in the first half of the year increased by 2.3%, poultry production - by 0.8%. In 2017-2019, multibillion-dollar investments were made in the construction of pig farms. Now the enterprises are reaching full capacity, and this process will last for several. Read more...

China Becomes Largest Importer of Russian Meat

  • 4 Aug 15:56

China Becomes Largest Importer of Russian Meat Russia more than doubled its meat exports in the first six months of this year, RBC daily reports, citing data from the Russian Agricultural Bank. China has become the largest buyer of Russian meat, ahead of Ukraine, data showed. Mainland China accounted for 45 percent of Russian meat shipments in physical terms, while Hong Kong for 54 percent of the supplies. Analysts explained that exports from Russia grew mainly due to an increase in the supply of poultry meat. China has been buying poultry as well as chilled beef. Russian meat producer Cherkizovo is looking to expand its presence in the Chinese market. The company has been in talks on pork supplies to China,. Read more...

Belarus fully meets its needs in meat, dairy products

  • 28 May 10:26

Belarus fully meets its needs in meat, dairy products Belarusian companies fully meet domestic demand for meat and dairy products, BelTA learned from the press service of the Agriculture and Food Ministry. Belarus has reached the highest food self-sufficiency rate in the Eurasian Economic Union. It relies 96% on domestic food production to meet its food needs. It is followed by Russia (89%), Kazakhstan (83%), Kyrgyzstan (81%) and Armenia (71%). “Belarusian companies fully meet domestic needs in meat and dairy products. Meat and dairy companies offer a broad assortment of high quality products. The food self-sufficiency ratio of meat and meat products in Belarus is estimated at 135.2%, that of dairy products at. Read more...

Belarus increases meat supplies to China

  • 14 Jan 11:07

Belarus increases meat supplies to China The beginning of the year for meat producers in Belarus was very successful. The Ministry of Agriculture and Food of Belarus, together with the main customs department of China, compiled a register of manufacturers who can sell their products in China. This was reported on the official website of the main customs department of the PRC. The register includes 11 meat processing plants, 5 chicken producers. Last year, the turnover of goods between Belarus and China increased by 40% and reached $ 3.7 billion. At the same time, the flow of goods from Belarus to the Chinese market increased 1.7 times and amounted to $ 570 million. Over the past year, 3.5 thousand tons of. Read more...

Russian Federation to tighten control over the use of antibiotics in meat and milk production

  • 10 Jan 09:42

Russian Federation to tighten control over the use of antibiotics in meat and milk production The Rosselkhoznadzor developed and sent to the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation a package of amendments to the law “On Veterinary Medicine”. The bill regulates the use of antibiotics in livestock and poultry production. If amendments are adopted, control over the use of antibiotics in Russian agriculture will be tightened. “It contains a ban on the use of antimicrobials as growth stimulants, as well as for preventive purposes. Prescription antibiotic rates have been determined. It is also planned to introduce an entire article regulating the manufacture of feed with the addition of drugs, ” the head of Rosselkhoznadzor. Read more...

Growth path for the Russian poultry industry

  • 30 Dec 11:09

Growth path for the Russian poultry industry International trade restrictions put in place by the international community in 2014 had a detrimental effect on Russian poultry imports. However, as a result the industry focused on increasing self-sufficiency. Sergey Lakhtyukhov, director general of the Russian Union of Poultry Producers says his industry is now geared for international growth. Russia has long struggled to increase self-sufficiency to meet its national poultry consumption demand. Now that problem has been tackled, what’s next? “Yes, we have managed to become self-sufficient in poultrymeat, even though we are only 12th in the world in terms of poultrymeat consumption per capita. Today,. Read more...

In the port of St. Petersburg, a large batch of Mexican horsemeat was suspended

  • 20 Dec 10:05

In the port of St. Petersburg, a large batch of Mexican horsemeat was suspended A cargo of frozen boneless horsemeat arrived in the port of St. Petersburg from Mexico. Its mass was 24 tons. The cargo belonged to one of the companies in St. Petersburg engaged in wholesale trade. During veterinary control, a specialist from the Rosselkhoznadzor Directorate for St. Petersburg, the Leningrad and Pskov Regions discovered that there was no prior notification from the Mexican State Veterinary Service about the arrival of the products. Due to a violation of veterinary legislation, the movement of goods has been suspended; a protocol on an administrative offense has been drawn up in. Read more...